privacy, to speak freely, to practice no religion if you want, assemble, to not have your stuff searched or taken, or to own firearms. is that important? but not essential? is it essential? is it not really important at all? well, i want to show you the results and compare them from ten years ago. it guess that's where some of the good news is. the first amendment and the media and the court of public opinion. here are the results. ready? potential rights, a right to a fair trial. is it essential, important, but not essential, not that important? 84%, 84% say that it's essential. i'm sorry, but i see it as glass half empty. how is this not 100%? a right to a fair trial? i don't understand 15% of the population. this one has gone down, if you'll notice. 84% compared to ten years ago. here is the right to practice the religion of your choice.